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Should be black ink, but printing in red, magenta?

I'm trying to print using black ink. Replaced with new black cartridge (HP 96), and still midway through the printing of the letter, the type turns light and turns red, even magenta. help please!

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No problem, I am here to help. The problem might be that the cartridge might not be compatible.

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Hope it works!

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